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on government, people will vote for bigger government and higher taxes. that appears to be their strategy here. >> you know, ron poll lack, i know you'll come at me with these subsidy thing. i'm trying to get you to vote on the individual issues. you can't tell me if the businessman date goes down and the liar loan verification eligibility mandate goes down, you can't tell me that this doesn't undermine the entire infrastructure of the system. you can't tell me, for example that, this isn't an example of central big government run completely amuck and that's why i think this whole system dies rather than be thrown away. >> we were talking about before where does the money come from and what i heard, unfortunately it's untrue, is that this is coming by an increased deficit in the federal government, and that's just simply untrue. the referee, the nonpartisan referee, the congressional budget office says it will decrease the deficit in the first ten years by 135 -- >> that's not true. >> one at a time. one at a time. hang on. ron pollack, i must. i've got to exercise the chairman's role here. i'
. the obama irs grilled te party groups in order to get tax exempt status, but obama care subsidies they rely on self reporting without further veriction. and the best part of it is, the reason they gave for waving the veriction requirement. and i am quoting them. it was not feas ebl to check the eligibility of individuals. so we are learning from the obama administration amazingly that it is not feasible to check the eligible of tens of millions of americans complying with regulation. this bill is so massive and complicated and so unwieldy that the obama administration admits it cannot implement obama care. >> would you rather just give the irs, the vast expansion of power and money to double check all of the tens of millions of people. on one hand you don't want the obama involved in obama care. but then give the irs the power to enforce the mechanism. you guys want the irs involved or in the involved. as they say you are damned if you do or don't. you will get beat up on any of the issue. >> i tell you what i want. i want obama repeated. >> it is not happening my friend. >> your own party
spying on you and tax records. >> michael: you write about politics, doesn't he need some wow now? >> he totally needs wow. he'll do that with the immigration bill. he'll try to sell that personally. >> michael: let's go back to the less than wow stuff. the technology, you talked about the scandals. one of the things that people have been critical of the president about is the fact that the tech sector, i wouldn't say the president but the tech center is closer to government and national security. what do we make of this union that is happening right now? >> silicon valley, the wealthiest folks there put $44 million in the election cycle towards politics. most of that was towards democrats. some towards republicans. the stuff they're interested in for the most part is not wow stuff either. it's patent reform. it's how do we keep more of our money. all of the money that we parked overseas. apple parked money overseas, how do we get that back without paying-- >> michael: going back to immigration. >> that's the stuff they want. that's why they're investing so much in government in their lo
think there is any chance we'll ever hear the president even say the word "carbon tax"? >> with an opened mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned great leadership so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter) >> cutting throught the clutter of today's top stories. >> this is the savior of the republican party? i mean really? >> ... with a unique perspective. >> teddy rosevelt was a weak asmatic kid who never played sports until he was a grown up. >> (laughter) >> ... and lots of fancy buzz words. >> family values, speding, liberty, economic freedom, hard-working moms, crushing debt, cute little puppies. if wayne lapierre can make up stuff that sounds logical while making no sense... hey, so can i. once again friends, this is live tv and sometimes these things happen. >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [vo] stephanie miller. >> i think sometimes people are really mean, the hot popular girl. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show," welcome to it. 34 minute
the granite state to expand your tax footprint. you know what i mean. >> it's three agencies of government when i get there that are gone. commerce, education and the -- what's the third one there? let's see. >> the third agency of government, i would do away with education, the -- commerce and, let's see, i can't -- the third one i can't. oops. ♪ >> it the mitt romney on the side of second amendment before he was for the second amendment? >> the reason we fought the revolution in the 16th century. >> i grew up on a farm. i grew up -- i grew up on a farm. >> today's going to be awesome, girl. now, brian will have your most creative tweets on what's next for the texas governor later on in the show. now here's mika with a look at what's coming up next on "morning joe." >> that was pretty good. coming up on "morning joe," president obama throws down the gauntlet in afghanistan warning he'll pull out every last u.s. soldier as the relationship breaks down with president hamid karzai. also, the situation remains on the brink in egypt. the muslim brotherhood and military square-off in what cou
/6 of the economy, to raise taxes on small business men and women. raise taxes on middle class people, to come between doctors and patients. look, let the states do this. get it right. they have fail completely in lowering the cost of health care. >> i hope you come back on the 17th when letters are supposed to be answers. thank you. thank you. >> comin humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why at liberty mutual insurance, to policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what ee comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? (announcer) take their taste buds for a little spin with more than 50 delicious flavors. friskies. feed the senses. >>> first she was his madam, now she's his political opponent. the exnew york governor, eliot spitzer is running for comptroller. and one of the libertarian candidate for comp comp troll lever is a madam. >> i hope that my record as attorney general as a prosecution, as governor is what the public w
franken who are against the tax on medical devices. why do they care so much about it? there are 45,000 to 50,000 people employed in minnesota in those types of companies. minnesota is known for these types of companies. i find it interesting that two senators who no doubt voted for obamacare are going out on the road with orrin hatch and another democratic senator who is escaping me right now to try and repeal that part of obamacare. >>steve: senator hatch has written a letter to the secretary of h.h.s., and what he's asking is how come the subsidies, the amount of money the government is going to have to pay, has gone up 107% in the last three years? dr. krauthammer who was on hast night, and he said -- who was on last night, and he said that number has been baked into the equation all along. they have been low balling us all along. they knew it wasn't going to be at that particular price tag. here's that sound bite. >> the entire enterprise was a gigantic bait and switch. the administration tried every gimmick in the book so that the president could say obamacare won't cost the t
of millions? not a single cent. the united states postal service doesn't run on your tax dollars. it's funded solely by stamps and postage. brought to you by the men and women of the american postal worker's union. >>> time for the must-read opinion pages at 44 past the hour. let's go to the "new york times." frank bruni writes sex in the sorriest polls. obviously about eliot spitzer who will be our guest on "morning joe." already there's chatter about whose infidelities are more forgivable, spitzer's which are arguably a crime, weiner's which were creepier. this misses a crucial point. both men fell as speak tack colorly as they did not -- because they got caught with their pants down. but because none of their colleagues liked them much even with their pants pup thp accident clinton's reservoirs of charm or goodwill to tap. spitzer though an effective attorney general was shaping up to be a self-righteous, self-defeating disaster of a governor and weiner was a sound bite and a makeup kit in search of the nearest camera. wow. few people had a huge stake or interest in propping either of them
we should be feed ogg our children and we can give these huge tax breaks to oil companies and big ag and i'm not knocking the small farmer but our money flies in so many other directions but when it comes time to feed the children, they should have to eat out of a zumpster? this is what it should come through. host: whose responsibility do you think it snoub the federal government or i think we lost our caller but we'll throw that question to sharon. houston, texas, republican, sharon? caller: yes, i was watching your program this morning and on feeding the children i sometimes wonder our government gives noun all these other countries to help them, but we need to look at ourselves first. god gives us a lot of grace here in our country and we have a lot of freedom others don't and i do believe with feeding the children and the needy is important. >> and sharon, we'll throw the question to you. who's responsibility should it be? >> well, i don't think it's necessarily a responsibility. think we all work together living in the united states.liv. we have freedom here. whether their chil
their privately owned land. >>> plus, should churches drop their tax-exempt status and tell the irs to go to hell? is
's going to take a chunk out of their after-tax income. there is just no way getting around that. certain other cable networks are going to be able to find a lot of people like that out there in the country who are going to complain. >> john: yes they'll complain about the healthcare that was implemented by republicans and implemented in massachusetts. >>> they're not going to impeach him, are they just going to kamikaze his legacy? >> i think to some extent, yes they are. they don't have much else. they tried to kamikaze everything they could and they haven't done much. they haven't succeeded very much. they have harmed and slowed the recovery. i've written that many times. but still we do have a recovery, however. obama does have a number of legislative accomplishment. he did kilo sam bin laden. we haven't had any terrorist attacks. assuming that holds for the next three and a half years on the mainland, it's just going to burn them. it will eat at them that he leaves office with a solid legacy and a decent approval rating, and being liked by the american people. they're just going to d
for the day and that was all the work that they did yesterday. your tax dollars and my tax dollars wasted yet again. we're here though keeping our eye on what's going on. letting you know the big events of the day here in washington, d.c., around the country and around the globe. and look forward to hearing from you about what it all means at 1-866-55-press. our toll free number. or on twitter at bpshow. your comments welcome and on facebook at facebook.com/billpressshow. what do you know. look who showed up. peter ogborn and dan henning. >> good morning. >> bill: good to see you. assisted by alichia cruz on the phones. and monty is filling in for cyprian bowlding on the video cam on current tv. we're coming to you live on your local progressive talk radio station, of course. most importantly and also on current tv. where we're holding down the fort until al jazeera takes over sometime around the 1st of september. al jazeera thrown out of egypt yesterday. banned from covering a lot of the events of the day because they've been doing such a good job reporting on the news, the military doesn't
out a report every year. the compliance costs are a hidden tax on american families and the economy that i think people don't realize and under estimate the impact what that means for our daily lives. >> let's go through a few of these. one you list is the limiting worker exposure to silica dust. what does that mean and what will it cost >> most of these regulations are for the epa, energy, transportation, a lot of food safety. i think this is where it gets tricky when we dig into them because a lot of americans will say i'm willing to pay more taxes to make sure our food supply is safe. but this is regulation without representation. these are not elected officials passing laws these are bureaucrats in these big buildings here in washington who are passing thousands of these laws just to put it in perspective. in 2011, congress passed and the president signed 81 laws. but the regulatory agencies passed over 3800 regulations and rules. so that's very concerning. >> and each one of these you say cost taxpayers money. there is an actual quantifiable cost to all 3800, for example, regul
's the pocketbook issues, it's jobs and the economy. it's property taxes. we have record high property taxes in new jersey under this governor. they've gone up 18% in his first three years in office. but people aren't -- that's what people will vote on. his job approval numbers are in the low 40s but people aren't focused on that. after labor day, they will. so i can tell you that once they focus on those, and those same folks that are polled on the -- on those issues with regard to sandy, a lot of them think he's pro-marriage equality and pro-choice. people need to be informed better and it's no wonder that they're not focused on this. they're struggling under, you know, one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation, highest property taxes in the nation. 400,000 out of work. the middle class has shrunk under this governor. we have four months until the election. an eternity in politics and in life and we are going to be sure to make sure that voters have the information they need to make an informed decision. >> all right. it's one we'll keep watching on the show and hope to have you back be
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will come for tax reasons and they'll say it's because gun control laws in maryland, but i know maryland has fairly high tax rates and manchin playing both sides of this? yes, he is. is martin o'malley in a better place? opposed to these kind of guns not being used, you wouldn't want them in your state. this is more about economics than it is about policy. >> it doesn't make a whole lot of sense because nothing manchin is doing would apply to west virginia. nothing he is doing would apply to handguns. >> yes, you're right about the martin o'malley who is my governor. we have had governors step up to the plate and we're all the better for it. >> it is interesting to see we have the warning example from connecticut. they're not talking about moving from maryland. if we expand in the future, maybe it will be somewhere else. >>> a big delay for an important part of obama care draws fire from republicans, after this. lots of options, huh? i can help you narrow it down. ok thanks. this one's smudge free. smudge-free. really? and this one beeps when you leave the door open. upgrade your laundry roo
for a subsidy for health care, you qualify for a tax break and there is not a system really that is going to check what you say. the new rules are being revealed just days after the employer mandate, a central component of the law was delayed for another year until 2015. both of these things work together. david drucker senior correspondent for the "washington examiner" joins us now. why are we learning about the change to subsidies? and we realize there will not be a lot of oversight. why is that happening? >> we'll need to find more about this, jenna, but the bottom line here the law is extremely unwieldy. it's big. it's large. as the executive branch goes about making up regulations and rules that are supposed to reflect the spirit of the legislation, they're finding that it's difficult and they're finding that it is going to be very difficult to run smoothly and i wouldn't be surprised in this particular case if they're worried the only way they can check these things out in terms of who is eligible for subsidies would be such a way to possibly deny people who are eligible or think th
in this country, that they're paying taxes in this country. and yet, we haven't invested in them. >> we don't even think of the issue that way. karen, it is one thing to get voters out. when i say 70% of black women showed up at the polls in 2012. but the other piece of this, if we're going to beat these kind of restrictions, is that women have to run. so as head of the democratic party here in a red state, how do we get more women, especially women in red states, to put their name in the hat? >> you're absolutely right, melissa. it's really embarrassing i serve in the louisiana state senator and there are only four women out of 39 in the senate, right? and then we wonder why the policies that come out of bodies like this are so, you know, horribly impactful for women. you're right. but it's going to take working before we get to the presidential, as alex mentioned, we're going to have to get into the state campaigns, the legislative campaigns, and other local elections, because the folks that end up running for congress in those higher offices ultimately come from school boards and state legislat
you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. current tv is the place for true stories. with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines. real, gripping, current. documentaries... on current tv. >> bill: 14 minutes before the top of the hour on a wednesday july 10. here we are on the "full court press" and as we take a look and survey all of the different issues that congress is dealing with this week, nobody better on top of it than our good friend from the "national journal" hotline, editor-in-chief, reid wilson joining us on our news line this morning. how you doing? >> i'm ok. how are you bill? >> bill: good to talk to you. are you in the obama camp this morning? is broccoli your favorite food? >> what was he doing? come on. broccoli is nobody's favorite food. >> bil
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